After blasting the equivalent of 400 million Olympic-size swimming pools of molten rock and gas through the surface and spreading a thick blanket of ash up to thousands of miles from the eruption site.
The immobile art consists of hand and footprints on the surface of a rock found in the Quesang region of the Tibetan Plateau. The group of scientists studied the prints, which are speculated to be 1,69,000 to 2,26,000 years old.
France's president announced the death of Islamic State in the Greater Sahara's leader late Wednesday, calling Abu alWalid alSahrawi's killing a major success for the French military after more than eight years fighting extremists in the Sahel.
A group of lawmakers has introduced bipartisan legislation to provide a pathway to citizenship for documented dreamers, a move if successful in becoming a law will benefit over 200,000 people, largely comprising Indians who came to the US with their parents as young kids. America's Children Act will provide a pathway to citizenship for the Documented Dreamers', children of long-term visa holders who have been waiting for years, and often decades for a Green Card. These Documented Dreamers' face
A new trilateral defence and security partnership, agreed by the leaders of the UK, the US and Australia and dubbed as landmark to protect and defend shared interests in the strategically vital Indo-Pacific region, was launched with a joint televised address on Wednesday. Under the so-called AUKUS' Australia, UK and US alliance, the three nations have agreed to enhance the development of joint capabilities and technology sharing, foster deeper integration of security and defence-related science,
Kandahar (Afghanistan) (AP) Impoverished Afghans living in a long-abandoned military compound in the southern city of Kandahar say they're devastated by the Taliban order to expel them from their homes. Several hundred staged a rally against the order on Monday, saying they have nowhere else to go and that they had years ago paid former Afghan soldiers under the table for the land..
The RSS-affiliated ABVP submitted a memorandum to Union Minister of Women and Child Development Smriti Iran, urging that a special stipend be provided for education of women whose studies were interrupted due to the second wave of coronavirus pandemic. A delegation of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) met Irani on Wednesday to raise the issues related to women and discussed possible solutions, while also handing over the demand letter, a statement said.